Our mission is to respond effectively to the most pressing needs of the University's students. It is consistent with the mission of the Division of Student Affairs by providing comprehensive programs to assist University of North Florida's diverse student population in their achievement of maximum health.
Appointment Policy Update :
We are asking that all patients show up at least 10 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment to allow time for any paper work that might be required. With more students living on campus, we expect the clinic to be busier than ever. With that in mind, we will no longer be able to offer a 10 minute grace period. If you are not on time for your appointment you will be asked to reschedule and it is quite possible that our schedules might be full and you will have to reschedule for another day. So please keep this in mind and plan accordingly.
When unable to keep an appointment, please be sure to call and cancel. A $10 fee will be imposed for scheduled appointments, which were “no show” and not canceled.
Reminder Ladies: Gynecological annual exam appointments are normally scheduled two weeks in advance. Urgent care for GYN will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Right now, Student Health Services is offering a $15 special on flu shots for all students, faculty and staff! Call Student Health Services at 904-620-2175 to make an appointment, or check the Osprey Update and
UNF Calendar of Events for "flu clinic" dates and times.
Did you have the flu shot on your to do list? It’s not too late!
Even well into flu season, this yearly vaccine may help keep you healthy.Q. Why should I get vaccinated?A. The flu, or influenza, can be a dangerous illness — even for people in good health.In fact, each year thousands of people die from complications of the flu. By being vaccinated, you help protect yourself — and others — by slowing the virus' spread. The vaccine is also very safe — and usually takes just a few minutes to get.Q. Who needs it most?A. Nearly everyone age 6 months or older should be vaccinated. Again, the flu can be a serious illness for anyone who gets it. But, the vaccine is especially important for those at high risk of complications. This includes:
Perhaps you live with or care for someone in one of these high-risk groups. That makes getting the vaccine crucial for you, too.Q. When's the best time to be vaccinated?A. Ideally, you should get the vaccine as soon as it's available. But, it's better late than never. The flu season can last into May. That means even in December or beyond, the vaccine can offer protection.Q. Where can I get vaccinated?A. At Student Health Services (904) 620-2900. Cost $20 for students $25 for staff.
SHS is running a $15.00 special for the month of January.Visit www.flu.gov for the latest information on the 2012–2013 flu season.
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